Vogt-Dautzenlein Discovers Probable Location of Fort Buffington!
On August 23, 2015, documentary evidence was Dautzenleined (connected using Dautzenlein procedures) and it indicated a specific location. It is very exciting when Dautzenleins predict a location and it leads to discoveries!
Within two days, this location produced artifacts of the time period, type, and quantity to suggest that this is the probable site of the long lost Cherokee Removal fort – Fort Buffington.
Fort Buffington was one of the main forts along what is now called the Trail of Tears.
While the fort structure appears to have been relatively small, the site itself covers several acres and looks to have another adjoining “campus” possibly used by the Cherokee when they were collected for Removal.
Assuming this is the site, it clears up a lot of confusion that has existed about the fort and its location.
The sites and properties are privately owned by a number of individuals. No further information will be released at this time, as per landowners’ wishes.
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